** NEW VEHICLE AND BUILD ** 2003 Jeep Liberty Sport
2x SPLAudio DAD BD 12s
Box 5 cubes @ 29hz
XS Power D3100 & D2400
4x PowerBass 3xl 6.5s
I prefer the lick em and see method myself, seriously don't arc off the wires even if the fuse was good before it's not now!
electrical: Optima yellow top X 2 big 3 in monster OFC 1/0g high output alt by maniac electrics
HU: JVC AVX-77 touch screen
Front stage: RE XXX 6.5" comps
front stage amp: Rockford T600.2
subs: 1 Sundown ZV4 12"
sub amp: Rockford T2500.1BDCP
Enclosure: ported (by JayDubb757 )
Well I have no more need to rub wires together. I appreciate all these answers but ya'll need to relax, it's just electricity it can be controlled we have the technology.
Thanks for all the replies that have nothing to do with answering my question.
To the ones that did, you were right, it was as simple as popping in a new fuse. I went to the store, put it in the holder, turned the car on and there was BASS.
So apparently it is possible for leakage current to pass through a broken fuse.